On Monday April 23rd Google officially announced the list of the lucky 1211 students accepted to participate in GSoC 1012. As repeating GSoC mentoring organisation, The Honeynet Project were very happy to be allocated 15 student slots, and our congratulations to those students who were accepted.
This page contains an index (sorted by the order the projects came out of Melange, not in any order of priority) to our accepted projects for GSoC 2012. Each link below will take you to the specific project page where you will be able to find a project description, information on the student and mentor(s), links to blogs/source code management/supporting information and updates about the progress of the project during the course of GSoC.
- Automated Attack Community Graph Construction (Julia)
- Automated Attack Community Graph Construction (Hugo)
- Expand Cuckoo Sandbox
- HonEeeBox User Interface
- Data mining, module for finding frequent network-itemsets
- AfterGlow Cloud
- Network malware simulation
- IPv6 attack detector (Toan)
- IPv6 attack detector (Xu)
- HoneyProxy - HTTP(S) Traffic Investigation
- Improve our Android application sandbox (DroidBox)
- Improving APKInspektor
- Network Analyzer
- Glastopf improvements
- Further extend Capture-HPC with possibility of detecting malicious behavior on Linux Machines
- USB Honeypot (Honeynet Project Summer of Code Project)
Next milestone: July 13th - Mid-term evaluations due. Until then, GSoC is in the Community Bonding Period, and students and mentors should be making initial contact, discussing the detail of their project, agreeing how they will work and communicate together, building personal relationships and becoming familar with our tools, processes and community. For the org admins, it is all about setting up accounts, getting resources setup, establishing and verifying communication channels, and ensuring adequate discussing and planning for each GSoC 2012 project.